John Mewburn, London 1810







Of heavy gauge silver, the round salver with a plain field centering the arms and motto of Curtis*,

(Gradatim Vimcimus - We Conquer Step by Step), the rim with cast shells and scrolls

alternating with gadrooning, raised on three scrolling and gadrooned feet; excellent marks


Condition : Excellent with expected light surface scratches; the feet with no repairs or reinforcement


*The arms are those of Charles Berwick CURTIS, the third son of Sir William Curtis (Member of Parliament

for the City of London, 1790-1818, and Lord Mayor of London, 1794-95). Charles Curtis was born in 1795 and

married (1822) Henrietta, 2nd daughter of the Reverend J. Battridge Pearson of Croxall, Derbyshire.


10” Diameter / 20.7 oz






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Heraldry Courtesy of John Tunesi of Liongam

Hertfordshire, United Kingdom



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George III Silver Salver, John Mewburn, London, 1810, arms of Curtis, heavy gauge silver